Michael Rotondi is a visiting faculty member currently working with Victor De Gruttola and Rui Wang on improving regression methods for Respondent-Driven Sampling. Michael did his PhD at the University of Western Ontario in 2010, had a brief NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council) of Canada postdoc in statistical genetics at the Lunenfeld Research Institute, and started as an Assistant Professor at York University in Toronto in 2011.
Michael is delighted to meet with students to discuss the academic market in Canada, his own career trajectory, and his research. We will be saying farewell to Michael at the end of the week (9/28) when his working visit in the department is over, and he returns home to York University.
Please join Michael for an informal lunch chat (bring your own lunch) on:
Thursday, September 28 at 1:00pm
Meet in Building 2, room 437A, and then head down to
Sebastian’s to chat over lunch.